4 or 5 days
Boston

The legacies of Pilgrims, revolutionaries, academics and literary greats abound as you travel through the brownstone-lined streets of Boston. Explore the sites of the American Revolution, and stroll around several of the city’s vibrant neighborhoods. This is an ideal tour for students interested in history, social studies or English literature.

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  • Day 1: Travel to Boston

    Meet your Tour Director at your destination

    Take a walking tour of Charlestown and the North End

    • Bunker Hill Monument
    • Charlestown Navy Yard
    • USS Constitution
    • Old North Church
    • Black Heritage Trail

    Visit Old North Church

    Add this in-depth excursion:
    Optional: Duck Tour

    Optional: Duck Tour

    See Boston by land and by sea in an authentic renovated amphibious WWII landing vehicle. Your conDUCKtor will narrate and navigate a comprehensive tour of the birthplace of freedom in one of the brightly coloured "Duck Boats." Sights include the Boston Common, Copley Square, the Old North Church, the golden-domed State House, fashionable Newbury Street and more. And just when you think you’re nearly done, pass by EF Center Boston and splash into the Charles River for spectacular views of both the Boston and Cambridge skylines. 

    Stop at the New England Holocaust Memorial

    Dinner at Faneuil Hall

  • Day 2: Boston | Lexington | Concord

    Visit the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

    Take a guided tour of Lexington and Concord:

    • Lexington Battle Green
    • Old North Bridge
    • Author's Row

    Participate in an evening activity
  • Day 3: Boston | Plymouth | Cambridge

    Travel to Plymouth

    Visit the Plimoth Patuxet Museums

    Visit the Mayflower II

    Add this in-depth excursion:
    Lobster Takes Boat Cruise (Apr-Oct)

    Lobster Takes Boat Cruise (Apr-Oct)

    Head out on the water to observe the lobsters and various species of marine life that live in Plymouth Harbor. By the time you’re back on dry land, you’ll have a new understanding of the many creatures that live beneath the ocean. Available April through October.

    Take a guided tour of Boston and Cambridge:

    • Freedom Trail
    • Paul Revere House
    • Old North Church
    • Copps Hill Burying Ground
    • Bunker Hill
    • Faneuil Hall
    • Old South Meeting House
    • Old State House
    • Back Bay
    • Harvard Square

    Participate in an evening activity
    Add this in-depth excursion:
    Theatre performance

    Theatre performance

    Get a taste of Boston’s performing arts scene with a live theatre performance this evening.
  • Day 4: Salem | Depart for home

    Enjoy one of Salem's Witch Attractions

    Visit the House of the Seven Gables 

Add 1 more day

  • Day 4: Salem

    Witch Dungeon Museum

    Visit the House of the Seven Gables 

    Free time in Boston
    Add this in-depth excursion:
    Optional: Duck Tour

    Optional: Duck Tour

    See Boston by land and by sea in an authentic renovated amphibious WWII landing vehicle. Your conDUCKtor will narrate and navigate a comprehensive tour of the birthplace of freedom in one of the brightly coloured "Duck Boats." Sights include the Boston Common, Copley Square, the Old North Church, the golden-domed State House, fashionable Newbury Street and more. And just when you think you’re nearly done, pass by EF Center Boston and splash into the Charles River for spectacular views of both the Boston and Cambridge skylines. 

  • Day 5: Boston | Depart for home

    Take a Fenway Park Tour

    Tour the Museum of Fine Arts & Workshop

Interested in learning more about this tour?
  • Day 1: Travel to Boston

    Meet your Tour Director at your destination

    Take a walking tour of Charlestown and the North End

    • Bunker Hill Monument
    • Charlestown Navy Yard
    • USS Constitution
    • Old North Church
    • Black Heritage Trail

    Visit Old North Church

    Add this in-depth excursion:
    Optional: Duck Tour

    Optional: Duck Tour

    See Boston by land and by sea in an authentic renovated amphibious WWII landing vehicle. Your conDUCKtor will narrate and navigate a comprehensive tour of the birthplace of freedom in one of the brightly coloured "Duck Boats." Sights include the Boston Common, Copley Square, the Old North Church, the golden-domed State House, fashionable Newbury Street and more. And just when you think you’re nearly done, pass by EF Center Boston and splash into the Charles River for spectacular views of both the Boston and Cambridge skylines. 

    Stop at the New England Holocaust Memorial

    Dinner at Faneuil Hall

  • Day 2: Boston | Lexington | Concord

    Visit the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

    Take a guided tour of Lexington and Concord:

    • Lexington Battle Green
    • Old North Bridge
    • Author's Row

    Participate in an evening activity
  • Day 3: Boston | Plymouth | Cambridge

    Travel to Plymouth

    Visit the Plimoth Patuxet Museums

    Visit the Mayflower II

    Add this in-depth excursion:
    Lobster Takes Boat Cruise (Apr-Oct)

    Lobster Takes Boat Cruise (Apr-Oct)

    Head out on the water to observe the lobsters and various species of marine life that live in Plymouth Harbor. By the time you’re back on dry land, you’ll have a new understanding of the many creatures that live beneath the ocean. Available April through October.

    Take a guided tour of Boston and Cambridge:

    • Freedom Trail
    • Paul Revere House
    • Old North Church
    • Copps Hill Burying Ground
    • Bunker Hill
    • Faneuil Hall
    • Old South Meeting House
    • Old State House
    • Back Bay
    • Harvard Square

    Participate in an evening activity
    Add this in-depth excursion:
    Theatre performance

    Theatre performance

    Get a taste of Boston’s performing arts scene with a live theatre performance this evening.
  • Day 4: Salem | Depart for home

    Enjoy one of Salem's Witch Attractions

    Visit the House of the Seven Gables 

Add 1 more day

  • Day 4: Salem

    Witch Dungeon Museum

    Visit the House of the Seven Gables 

    Free time in Boston
    Add this in-depth excursion:
    Optional: Duck Tour

    Optional: Duck Tour

    See Boston by land and by sea in an authentic renovated amphibious WWII landing vehicle. Your conDUCKtor will narrate and navigate a comprehensive tour of the birthplace of freedom in one of the brightly coloured "Duck Boats." Sights include the Boston Common, Copley Square, the Old North Church, the golden-domed State House, fashionable Newbury Street and more. And just when you think you’re nearly done, pass by EF Center Boston and splash into the Charles River for spectacular views of both the Boston and Cambridge skylines. 

  • Day 5: Boston | Depart for home

    Take a Fenway Park Tour

    Tour the Museum of Fine Arts & Workshop

Interested in learning more about this tour?

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